Social Enterprise –

Association Reach the World z.s. is adhering to principles of social entrepreneurship and this complementary business activity manages as a social enterprise by realization of following guidelines:


  1. By performing socially beneficial activities in the field of employment and social inclusion of persons disadvantaged on the labor market
  2. By employing at least 30% of persons disadvantaged on the labor market, which are:
    – long-term or repeatedly unemployed: persons who have been employed for a long time, i.e. are job applicants registered at the labor office of the Czech Republic for more than one year; persons who repeatedly have problems with applying to the labor market, i.e. they are job seekers whose registration period at the labor office of the Czech Republic has reached a total length of 12 months in the last two years
    – with a disability: persons according to § 67 of Act No. 435/2004 Coll., on employment, as amended,
    – serving or after serving a sentence: persons who have an entry in the criminal register within 10 years from the end of serving the sentence,
    leaving institutional facilities, i.e. a facility for institutional or protective education, a halfway house or another social service pursuant to Act No. 108/2006 Coll., on social services, as amended, within 12 months of leaving the facility/service,
    – caring for other dependent persons: persons caring for a natural person who is considered a person dependent on the help of another natural person according to § 8 of Act No. 108/2006 Coll., on social services,
    – at risk of multiple risks: persons who, in the period of at least 6 months prior to the establishment of an employment relationship with the employer, were recipients of a living allowance according to the Act on Material Needs;
  3. Integration and development of employees disadvantaged on the labor market through personnel and integration tools that enable the employee to perform work activities and at the same time contribute to solving his individual specific needs (e.g. individual employee development plans);
  4. By involving employees and members in the direction of the company based on the developed strategy,
  5. Reinvestment of min. 51% of the profit from secondary business activity to the development of the social enterprise and/or to the fulfillment of its social benefit,
  6. Independence in managerial decision-making and management from external founders of the association (autonomy and transparency of management and ownership structure),
  7. By localising, supporting the local economy and cooperating with local actors,
  8. Environmental responsibility in all phases of business, i.e. in the production of products and/or the provision of services, including environmentally friendly officiating.